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FRONT PAGE  |  8/20/2017
WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2011  |  8 comments
Governments must have tools to prevent 'anarchy' on the web: Nicolas Sarkozy at 'e-G8' summit
PARIS: French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned Internet bosses on Tuesday that governments must have a hand in regulating the web, prompting scepticism from giants such as Google and scorn from online pundits.

Addressing bosses from the world's biggest online firms at the first "e-G8" summit, Sarkozy hailed their "Internet revolution" but warned that governments must have the tools to prevent what he called "anarchy" on the web.

He hailed the role of the Internet in recent popular uprisings such in Tunisia and Egypt but insisted that online activity must be governed by rules, notably to protect copyright material from online piracy.

Democratic governments "are the only legitimate representatives of the will of the people," he said. "To forget this is to take the risk of democratic chaos and hence anarchy." ...


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EP  Find all comments by EP
Mike wrote:
I don't know of many anarchists who have control issues like the promoters of government solutions do. Since the web has worked fairly well without central planning so far, it should continue.
I watched a News Clip with Mr Federal Comptroller, he was mocking that he obviously wasn't one of those that would have been 'raptured' neither he nor his fellow News anchors Ha, Ha. He sang a different tune during GB jr's administration, but one would think he was looking for a Republican platform? Now 60% is good enough for him, I'd guess. That way he only offends who he can 'afford' to offend. I agree, he had serious control issues.

I think these world leaders need to keep their pants on and not be scared of what man can do. The thing is, this time around, it is not man that they are dealing with. God will not be mocked and he not only knows what they do in secret; better yet, their knows their hearts toward Him. Enough with these pragmatic pie eaters anyway.
He also has laws he enforces and he is not scared he is laughing. Psalm 2

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News Item5/26/11 7:05 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
I don't know of many wars fought and won by anarchists. I don't know of many anarchists who have control issues like the promoters of government solutions do. Since the web has worked fairly well without central planning so far, it should continue.

Governments always worry about things that run without them, especially things that could conceivably be used to oppose government down the road. That is Sarkozy's main concern, regardless that "He hailed the use of the Internet in recent popular uprisings..." Stuff like that scares the pants off of "leaders."

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News Item5/25/11 9:11 PM
EP  Find all comments by EP
Can you elect representatives to vow to uphold a Deist Constitution and thereby acknowledge that they have no fear of the One True and Living GOD and His Only Begotten Son, evidenced by swearing a God denying oath and still believe that any political party varies in essence? A pragmatic will.
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News Item5/25/11 7:49 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
scott mcmahan wrote:
Many are consumed with outrage that this socialist is collaborating with the heads of companies that harvest personal information for profit (Google and Facebook) as well as the head of a news organization known for wanting draconian restrictions on news (Murdock), to decide the fate of the Internet. The e-G8 is sponsored by dollars from companies like Google, eBay, Microsoft, HP, and more. Why is this oligarchy getting to decide the future of the Internet rather than elected representatives? This thing doesn't pass the smell test.
scott,

I believe it has something to do with
"air" "power":

Ephesians 2:2

Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the
prince of the power of the air,
the spirit that now worketh
in the children of disobedience:

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News Item5/25/11 6:30 PM
scott mcmahan | Internet  Find all comments by scott mcmahan
Many are consumed with outrage that this socialist is collaborating with the heads of companies that harvest personal information for profit (Google and Facebook) as well as the head of a news organization known for wanting draconian restrictions on news (Murdock), to decide the fate of the Internet. The e-G8 is sponsored by dollars from companies like Google, eBay, Microsoft, HP, and more. Why is this oligarchy getting to decide the future of the Internet rather than elected representatives? This thing doesn't pass the smell test.
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News Item5/25/11 5:38 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
EP wrote:
Redeem the time!
well said ep!

Ephesians 5:15-16

See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.

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News Item5/25/11 5:11 PM
EP  Find all comments by EP
Democratic Governments represent the will of the people. Really? How can that be when `the pragmatics`themselves only agree to disagree for the biggest piece of the pie?

Who is he trying to kid? There is none but
GOD that can govern this mess. That will become inceasingly clear to all His skeptical creatures as His decrees unfold in creation and providence, it is past time to learn what the Scriptures principally teach and what duty he requires of us; or there is no time to waste. Redeem the time!

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News Item5/25/11 3:07 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
chilling.
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